Starting on September 26th there will be an opportunity to join with fellow LIS parent community members to participate in this interesting and innovative 8 week course, developed by Action for Happiness, and delivered by secondary counsellor Nicola Warwick.
The course aims to develop participants’ understanding of what makes us happier as individuals, how we can improve our relationships, and what we can do to make our communities more caring places. It is evidence-based; and scientific research into wellbeing forms the foundation of the course. Information is shared through TED-style videos and from experts in relevant fields, along with suggestions for further personal learning. The course places an emphasis on group conversation and individual reflection, and each week there is an opportunity to set a personal goal related to the week’s content.
When: 13:00 – 15:00 Every Tuesday from 26th of September until 21st of November (no session during the October break)
Where: ELC meeting room
Cost: $120 (a charitable donation made directly to Action for Happiness)
“Exploring What Matters” is offered by Action for Happiness; a movement of people committed to building a happier and more caring society. You can find out more about the course (including content and structure) and the 10 keys to happier living, from their website.
To register go online to: https://afh-luanda-26-sep.eventbrite.co.uk/
There will be a maximum number of 28 participants for this group.
Please feel free to contact Nicola Warwick firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.